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Augustine British & World English

An Augustinian friar

Augustine, St1 British & World English

(Died circa 604), Italian churchman; known as St Augustine of Canterbury. Sent from Rome by Pope Gregory the Great to refound the Church in England in 597, he founded a monastery at Canterbury and became its first archbishop. Feast day, 26 May

Augustine, St2 British & World English

(354–430), Doctor of the Church; known as St Augustine of Hippo. He became bishop of Hippo in North Africa in 396. His writings, such as Confessions and the City of God, dominated subsequent Western theology. Feast day, 28 August

Saint Augustine British & World English

A historic port city in northeastern Florida, southeast of Jacksonville, near the Atlantic coast. Founded by the Spanish in 1565, it is often noted as the oldest city in America; population 12,404 (est. 2008)

St Augustine of Hippo in Augustine, St2 British & World English

(354–430), Doctor of the Church; known as St Augustine of Hippo. He became bishop of Hippo in North Africa in 396. His writings, such as Confessions and the City of God, dominated subsequent Western theology. Feast day, 28 August

St Augustine of Canterbury in Augustine, St1 British & World English

(Died circa 604), Italian churchman; known as St Augustine of Canterbury. Sent from Rome by Pope Gregory the Great to refound the Church in England in 597, he founded a monastery at Canterbury and became its first archbishop. Feast day, 26 May

James Augustine Aloysius Joyce in Joyce, James British & World English

(1882–1941), Irish writer; full name James Augustine Aloysius Joyce. One of the most important writers of the modernist movement, he made his name with Dubliners (short stories, 1914). His novel Ulysses (1922) revolutionized the structure of the modern novel and developed the stream-of-consciousness technique. Other notable novels: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1914–15) and Finnegans Wake (1939)

Augustine English-Spanish

(St) Augustine (of Hippo/Canterbury)

(St) Augustine (of Hippo/Canterbury) in Augustine English-Spanish

(San) Agustín (de Hipona/Canterbury)